BA boys’ soccer still rollin’ to a three-peat

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Photo above: Beaufort Academy senior Mac Griffith, right, battles for control of the ball against an aggressive Bible Baptist Academy defense. Photos by Bob Sofaly.

By Bob Sofaly

The Beaufort Academy boys varsity soccer team is trying to make history by earning its third consecutive state championship.

The BA Eagles played their final regular home season game at home Wednesday, May 4, at Merritt Field against Bible Baptist Academy of Savannah, crushing them with a decisive 12-0 win to remain undefeated in 2-A SCISA play.

In the first round of state playoffs, Beaufort Academy moved ahead by beating The King’s Academy 4-2 on Monday, May 9.

The next opponent the team will face this week is Oakbrook Prep from Spartanburg.

Boys’ Soccer All Region Team in SCAIA Class 1A

Beaufort Academy’s Head Coach Bill Dalton was selected as region Coach of the Year and BA Junior, Ryan Muniz, was selected as Player of the Year. The following are all of the players who made the All-Region Team: Ryan Muniz from Beaufort Academy, Charles Aimar from Beaufort Academy, Joe Bhoi from Beaufort Academy, Ross Walker from Beaufort Academy, Jacob Dalton from Beaufort Academy, Evan Berkner from Hilton Head Christian, Drew Robinson from Hilton Head Christian, Carson Webster from Hilton Head Christian, Mac Orie from Hilton Head Prep, Waddy Brooks from Hilton Head Prep, Jack Dextraze from Hilton Head Prep, Trammy Colket from Hilton Head Prep, Karl Johnson from John Paul II, Josue Hurtado from John Paul II, Andrew Beckmann from St. Andrews, Caleb Tymchyshyn from St. Andrews.

Beaufort Academy senior Cain Richards, makes the first goal against Bible Baptist Academy on Wednesday afternoon at Merritt Field.
Beaufort Academy senior Cain Richards, makes the first goal against Bible Baptist Academy on Wednesday afternoon at Merritt Field.